Christ is the King (Gelobt sei Gott); Hebrews 11, vv 32, 33a, 36 to 12, v 2;
Anthem: Lord it Belongs Not to My Care (Walford Davies ); Be Thou My Vision (Slane, BBC HB 316). Director of Music Jonathan Rennert.
Women who have lost their jobs during pregnancy tell their stories to Kati Whitaker.
Serial: Love in the Modem Sense
by Carol Clewlow.
Alice Potter is a feminist writer. Jim Crane is a reporter sent to doorstep her. Both are disillusioned by their worlds.
First of 13 episodes read by Jan Francis
Abridged by Pat McLoughlin
Music: Torke's Adjustable Wrench
Onward and Upward Kevin McGee 's play was first broadcast as part of last year's Young
The perfect betting scam looks as if it is a "beaten docket" until a late runner changes things.
Director Eoin O'Callaghan. Stereo
Every day this week Kaleidoscope has a guest poet during the Poetry International Festival.
Also Gill Pyrah reviews Harold Pinter 's No Man's Land, starring himself.
Producer Anthony Denselow. Stereo (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
by Margaret Forster. 3: Fairy Wedding
Jos and Meredith are getting married, so it will all end happpily ever after. There's just one problem - they don't really like each other. But James likes Georgy, and he's still waiting for an answer.
Adapted by Joe Dunlop
Music played by David Chilton and Dave Swift.
Director Adrian Bean. Stereo
The last of the series in which Miles Kington discovers what makes different nations laugh. 6: Poland
Poles joke about the government, Russians, the police, alcoholism and "the mountain people". Their humour can be very sophisticated and black. Producer Anne-Marie Cole
As the results come in state by state in the American Presidential Election, Brian Redhead reports on who will be the next occupant of the White House - President George Bush or Governor Bill Clinton. With live reports from the Bush, Clinton and Perot headquarters. Who will control Congress? Will the anti-Washington feeling lead to a backlash against incumbents? Will more women be elected? Results of Senate and House of Representatives elections across the country. Also analysis by Professor Douglas Rae of Yale University and Humphrey Taylor , President of Louis Harris Polls. Plus comment from Senators, Congressmen, Governors, business leaders, journalists, academics and political activists in every state in the Union, as the story of the night unfolds. Producer Anne Sloman (* FEATURE: page 24
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